JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 06.12.21

Mid-June, already.

Days flying by.

Still, we beat on, like boats against the current…

(Partial quote from the last line of my favorite novel. What is it? Let me know in the comments…)

Changes, coming by the time time the corn is knee high.

Stay tuned.

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This Week’s Links:

What I Read The Week: I started Poirot Investigates, a collection of short stories.

What I Watched This Week: Purple Rain

Library of Congress: The Office of War Information is established.

New Yorker: Joe Conzo, Jr. captured the birth of hip hop.

Hyperallergic: Photos of Old Hollywood acquired by Hood Museum.

Joe McNally Blog: The Heat Is On

Favorite Photo of the Week: via Heather Barry (the broken bat photo. I can’t seem to link to to it directly.)

“When you find yourself beginning to feel a bond between yourself and the people you photograph, when you laugh and cry with their laughter and tears, you will know you are on the right track.” ~ Arthur (Usher) Fellig. aka Weegee (June 12, 1899 – December 26, 1968)

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2 thoughts on “JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 06.12.21

  1. Ah, The Great Gatsby. I’ve not read that since college (or was it high school?). It’s been a long time. And my youngest daughter loves it.

    Yes, mid June is upon us. The summer solstice is a day away as I type. The first half of the year had many changes. As for the second half, we’ll see. I anticipate many changes coming in the next 12 months, all good. I expect I’ll have a few surprises along the way, too.

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